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, n bdarcham, of or belonging to a village (6ať),
(Sh. cham, to be near), vicinity, company; chdw*doin, joined with, living
with, living with 1,11, 21; doincMm, together with, I, 46, preceding the
noun it governs.
ckan (Sh. the same), a layer, a fold; lai-chdn, manifold, III, 3.   Evidently ths
same as cham in fo-ctoa above.   In the third specimen final m is regularly
written n.   Of. khan,
chdng, the same as cMm> and, q.v.
(Eh. and Sh. the same), an elephant (H.).
(Sh. the same), a verbal particle denoting present time; chang-mi, BOW, I,
chd%g (Kh. kd-chdm), a conditional particle, used to denote the apodosis of a con-
ditional sentence, with $hdng-bdt if, 1,13; chu-chang-nai, because, therefore,
see chu
chdng (Kh. and Sh. the same), an umbrelk: hit chdng, to do umbrella, to be a
chap, said to mean ' pure' in chi>rdp~chdp-khdp*bai, a finger-ring, I, 28, see chi.
The Kh. and Sh., however, for a finger-ring is Idk-chdp, which is borrowed
direct from Burmese.
cJiau (Sh. chaw), a master, owner, II, 4; III, 4.
chaw, in aw-chan, an uncle, 225, see m.
chau (Kh. and Sh.cM, Siamese cfow), mind, heart, 1,13, 40; ufi^y^clw&plang,
gladness mind clear, i.e., he would fain, 1,13; hit-mm hit-khm u ch&u ]cai9
have (u-koi) rejoiced in heart (chau), I, 53,
che, cold (H,).   (Hodgson writes this khye.)
cheng, handsome (H.).   (Hodgson writes this bhyeng.)
chl} a jewel, precious stone; chi-rdp-chdp-Jchdp-bai (Kh. and Sh. Idk-chdp), jewel
bind pure round place, a finger-ring, I, 28.
chit (pronounced chet) (Kh., Sh. and Siamese the same), numeral, seven.
M (Kh. the same), a name; II, 10; 220.
chu, a measure of length, a yojana or league, III, 8.
chit-chang-mi, because, 1,29, 38, 53; therefore, I, 40; the component paits are
said to be chut a long time; chdng, a scale j not, now.   There is a word
chang used as a conditional particle.
chum (borrowed word), a kiss, I, 24.
chut, little (H.).
da, to strike (H.).
dai (Kh. ťai, Sh. lot), to get, obtain, I, 31, 39, 54; to possess, J, 1, 2,16, 51; III,
6,11; to be compelled, obliged, to have to do a thing; dai-jau-pal, was
obliged to go, II, 5j very common as the second member of a compound
verb, e.g., au~dai, to fetch, 1,2; to collect, I, 5; mi-rap-dai, to take bind have
to make (a person a servant), I, 20; haii-dai, to give out and out, 1,14, 49;
rat-dai, actively, to lose, I, 7,48; II, 2; passively, to be lost, I, 30, 54; this
compound also means 'to die1; han-Mt to see get, to seem, appear, J, 52; in
the last example it forms a potential compound, and is the regular auxiliary
for that purpose.